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Grabbing a Red Stripe Causes Store’s Other Products to Break Into Music

Here's a pretty awesome stunt from London by Red Stripe. Ad agency KesselsKramer (along with Stinkdigital director Greg Brunkalla and creative technology consultancy Hirsch&Mann) rigged up scores of products in a corner deli to suddenly start dancing and making music whenever an unsuspecting customer grabbed a Red Stripe from the cooler. It's really the perfect expression of the Red Stripe brand—fun, musical, handmade, a bit rough around the edges. Half the time it's obvious the people in these kinds of videos are actors—but not in this one. The behind-the-scenes video (posted after the jump) is interesting, too, and shows how much fun they all had making this store come to life.

A ‘Relax’ cover? Oh Red Stripe, don’t do it.

You'd think an elder statesman like the Red Stripe Ambassador would know better than to cover Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax" in his musical debut. That song can make any […]